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friends. thanks to you at home for joining us this hour. this is a view from a plane on its way to alaska. the picture was -- look at that, very nice, right? it was taken, or at least posted september 9th this year. if you are flying to alaska ever for any reason, get a window seat, trust me. this particular lovely photo was taken by a marketing executive who was flying into alaska from chicago. this appears to be another one of his pictures from that same trip as they crossed over from western canada into alaskan snow country. just gorgeous, right? the jet set marketing executive who took these pictures out the window of the plane also wrote this post about the trip. "blogging at 38,000 feet. flying over western canada, our team cannot help but think about being young again. when we first received the assignment to ignite a consumer movement in alaska, we pulled out a map." he says they studied up on the highways and the state capital and then headed up there and landed in alaska and they set up this shoot with big cameras and a pristine looking alaskan lake as a backdrop. we got these p
president? the presiding officer: the senator from alaska. ms. murkowski: request permission to speak as if in morning business. the presiding officer: without objection. ms. murkowski: thank you, madam president. this morning in the help committee we had an opportunity to hear from the administrator of the health exchange, ms. tavenner who came before the committee to talk about where we are in the process now with the exchanges that have been set up through the affordable care act. and it was an opportunity in the five minutes that we have allocated to each of us to pose questions to speak to the situation in alaska as it relates to the exchanges. and i come to the floor this afternoon because there was so much that i as one senator had to say that you can't possibly condense into a five-minute exchange, but it did cause me to -- to want to take a moment to speak about what's happening on the ground in the state of alaska. i think it's probably not an unfair assessment to say that most of the constituents that i am hearing from are not supportive of the affordable care act, and have
will call the roll. quorum call: quorum call: the presiding officer: the senator from alaska. mr. begich: thank you, mr. president. i'd like to speak for ten minutes as if in morning business. the presiding officer: senator, we are in a quorum call. mr. begich: i ask to vacate the quorum call. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. begich: i'd like to speak for up to ten minutes as if in morning business, mr. president. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. begich: mr. president, before i make my comments regarding manufacturing and job creation in america and alaska, i'd like to say i know my friend from hawaii was here earlier, senator schatz, talking about the important resolution that's been introduced, and i was happy to and honored to be able to cosponsor regarding the typhoon in the philippines and alaska. we have over 20,000 filipinos living in our state, an incredible group of individuals, people i've known in the business world, as individuals, family members. the devastation sun believable. if you look at the photos and see the devastation of the typhoon and the
. it was an fund in the five minute we have allocated to pose questions to speak to the situation in alaska as it relates to the exchanges. and i don't floor this afternoon because there was so much that i, as one senator, had to say you can't possibly condense in to a five-minute exchange. but it did cause me to want to take a moment to speak about what is happening on the ground in the state of alaska. i think it's probably not an unfair assessment to say that most of the constituent i'm hearing from are not supportive of the affordable care act, and have been skeptical about what benefit the may come to our state. we are a high-cost state. high cost when it comes to health care and high cost when it comes to our insurance premiums. right now we are number two in the nation in term of the premiums that alaska people pay. and so as much as alaska people might not like the affordable care act, i hear very clearly their expression of concerns about making sure that we're working actively and aggressively to reduce the cost of health care fop increase and increase access to insurance that is
euphoric moments of surfing. people are always in search of it. and if you live in alaska, it's more difficult to find it. there are thousands of miles of coast line but finding the wave is difficult. so these people are out there using all manse from boats to helicopters to pick out that perfect spot. you see a couple of spots where these guys do surf in alaska. you know the water is cold, unforgiving and it takes a lot to get there. >> i think it would be harder to find a surfer in alaska than the surf itself. i guess it's what you're accustomed to. >> i'm impressed by these people and the people who do it in alaska, it's more impressive. >> i just want to drink some hot chocolate in alaska. >> i'm sure can you do that. >> puppy versus hand. ♪ >> not that long ago i showed you a video of that viking woman who pulled her own tooth. she was a dentist. over here in america a dentist decided you know what, i'm going to do my own filling. this is dr. isaac koreshy. he decided to do his on filling because he says he doesn't have dental insurance. >> we don't need the sound. i hate that
is one of them is american indians and alaska natives. coastal erosion, droughts impact on wildlife and habitat and subsistence. it's a huge issue. i'm proud to work for a president who stood up in june of climate action plan instead we are going to stop arguing about whether this is a reality and start dealing with what we can do about it. he outlined a climate action plan and put out an executive order that created the mechanism for tribal and city governments to work together with state and local leaders. i want to thank karen who you will hear from later today chairwoman of the fond du lac lake superior chippewa and another state and local leaders who sit on the state and local and tribal region task force. they are saying how do we prepare lands to make it more resilient? how can we anticipate what's happening with climate change and prepare for that? we have a role at interior as well. yes renewable energy conserving landscapes to understand actual defenses as the u.s. geological service did bringing science to bear and understand what are those natural systems that you are so
:30 this morning 16th street and closed between alaska and military road because of a tree down. a large tree down across the roadway. and we believe there could be a tractor trailer involved as well. the street shut down, 16th street, use beach or georgia avenue, and remember the culvert is shut down for six months as well so no shortcut either available for you there. 66 in get shape. manassas, centerville, we'll take a live look on northbound 95. looking fine in springfield. late this morning. back to the maps. the beltway is fine, again college park into silver springs, don't forget about the closure on 16th street because of the tree down in the road, we'll take a live look one more time here. andrea? mike? >>> there was a gunman suspected of firing shots in a mall in new jersey. he is now apparently dead. his body was found inside this mall. it happened yesterday at the garden state plaza mall in new jersey, and there were reports of gunfire just before closing and witnesses say the shooter was dressed in black. >> the mall was on lockdown, as officers went room by room. the suspect has appa
to be alive. >> ectly. >> alaska andawaii getting the weatherheadlines. we hava storm system with winter storm warnings overnight. ny areas ofentral alaska and fairbanks dealing with winter weather, sno and freezing rain. outside of anchorag freezing rain, too. as we go throughout the day, unlike the last cple storms that came from the south wh rm air, thisone's coming fro the west. that's why we're able to get more winter weatr out of th. just be careful through alaska. also wita southerly flow and a littleit of a weak storm system. especially near maui. we got heavy rain thi morning. there will beight rain through holulu and a lot of clouds through the hawaiia island chain. one ofhe few times we won't see perfect nditions. lots of clouds. ill very mild as y'd expe. withhe rainfall, not the best of days. in the west yesterday, 92 degrees was the official high in l.a. at has to behe warmest temperature probly until next summer. not even close. 85 in phoeni 62 this morning. but we do have clear skies. a little more of an on-shore component today willeep it a little coor today. 81n l.a. 77 in ve
. so far. in alaska. but that'sll changed in a hurry. it isxtremely ld. the cold's been building, too. this will be the hh temperature fairbanks today. minus 10. and yestery, in barrow, alaska, the last sunset they had. it will be pch darkns until the middle of january. we wish them wem. i don't know how they do it, but they do it. anchorage cold at only 8 degrees, of course, some light rain in the west tay. can you igine that, in rrow, alaska, saw theast sunset until the middle of january. >> bill, every time you show aska in the wther, i know you're basally saying to everybody else, "see?" >> yeah, suc it up. >>> over a half century and waiting, the sequel t "it's a wonderful life the 2015 will ar karolyn grimes. she was in the 1947 original. she played the daughter of jimmy stewart's charter, george bailey. her famous ne, "everyime a be rings an angel gets his wings." well, grimes gets hers. she plays an angel inhe sequel. >>> "real housewive of new jersey" stars tesa and joe deudyce facing charges. >>> james franco is known to be a cat gu sollen brought his love of cats and good
. they are cutting giant holes in the ice in alaska and then they send divers down to mine for gold at the bottom of the bering sea. below, negative 30 degrees fahrenheit. >> that took my breath away just watching her go down into that water. >> this show is from the producers of "the deadliest catch." >> why are they going to these lengths? >> it's an untapped resource. emily reidel is only 25 years old and she's doing this to try to earn enough money to someday become a professional opera singer. so talk about two different worlds. >> you want to talk to her? >> yeah. we have emily via skype right this minute from nome, alaska. welcome to the show. >> thank you for having me. >> this is fascinating. how in the world did you get into this? >> i hate 9 to 5 jobs more than i hate anything. >> this looks incredibly dangerous. tell us about what it feels like to jump below this frigid, freezing ice. >> it feels like you have to make peace with god before you do it. i think we all were accepting of the fact that something might go horribly wrong. >> have you guys found enough gold to actually make a
to facilitate alaska as well as enroll in alaska that has been set up for this. these are folks that want this to work. what i heard from them was stopped. it is not working. enroll29th of october, alaska confirmed that there was that hadhree alaskans successfully enrolled. there is nobody else that has confirmed that they have in thefully enrolled exchange from alaska. this is the fifth. he might have have somebody came in yesterday but as best as i can tell, it is three. in a letter that i received from enroll alaska, they confirm this and they have specific have specifically asked about the administration pulled the website down. one thing that was very disconcerting was to learn that perhaps the three that have been enrolled has been given incorrect information. it has discovered that they were talking late in the subsidy for alaskans incorrectly. therefore, they have suspended all in romans until the issue is resolved. this was last week. this subsidy calculator has been resolved. are you aware of this? has it been resolved? are we working on it? the concern is that not only can peop
. president? the presiding officer: the senior senator from alaska is recognized. ms. murkowski: mr. president, request that proceedings under the quorum call be suspended. the presiding officer: without objection, so ordered. ms. murkowski: thank you, mr. president. i want to follow my friend and my colleague from minnesota here in explaining why i, too, support the employment nondiscrimination act known as enda. as she has very well articulated, the -- the notion that somehow or other discrimination of any kind against anybody should be allowed in our workplaces is -- is something that i would hope we would -- we would be able to come together on a bipartisan basis from all corners of the country and recognize this -- this is not an acceptable direction. this is not a -- a place or a process that we would endorse. as we all know, current law protects against discrimination in the workplace for many classes of individuals. many of us have been involved in working to refine these laws that -- that protect against discrimination. discrimination that affects employment practices not on the basis
of booktv this weekend on c-span2. >> former alaska governor palin explains religion is stripped from christmas and good tidings and great joy protect the harm of christmas. in the end of the days, the assassination of john f. kennedy, swanson leads up to the days of the assassination of president kennedy and events that unfolded after his death. tom hartman host of the sipped kateed program economic collapse in 2016 in the crash of 20 # 16, the plot to destroy america, and what we can do to stop it. in the right path from ike to reagan, how republicans once mastered politics and can again. >> in bringing this book as a scientist is that given the realities, the impact drugs have on social policy, on race, on our culture is often times distorted by lack of evidence-based thinking, that, instead, people rely on antedotes or on fears rather than on the facts, so is that the heart and soul of the book? >> that's the heart and soul of the book. you know, one of the things that troubled me for many years is drugs are used as scapegoats. whenever there's social problems and so forth, we use
. this system already exists for a different purpose in the state of alaska. do any of you know that the state of alaska is the most generous welfare system? yes, did you know that? every september, every alaskan citizen gets a check out of the oil royalties. jacked uparah palin the taxes on the oil companies to make sure that checks were big enough. very popular in alaska. alaska has less income inequality or redistribution than any other state in the united states. ewen when not know that from listening -- you would not know that from listening to governor palin. have ad conceivably social movement in support of a green dividend that would do something very similar for the energy transition of the united states. incomething that middle is lower income people across the country that is simple and clear. most politicians will not get their hands on all of that money. it has a nice advantage of creating an incentive for green matter, oilfor that companies that diversify into green businesses and a lot of them are. to go out and sell another product to measure sure your house is what christ -- w
to help american indian and alaska native patients to enroll and get covered. as we observe native american history month, we remain committed to building on this work. to ensuring that all american indians and alaska natives have access to quality, affordable health insurance. and live quality, affordable lives. whether they're living on a reservation, on a triable land, or in urban area. many of the people who wrote the constitution were inspired by the great law of peace. and it's three principles: rich useness, justice, and health. in many ways, those principles have a new meaning today. there is no righteous without justice. there's no social justice as long as there are unacceptable disparity in health. therefore, we continue to be committed to working with you to move this effort forward and to move toward those great principles of righteousness, justice, and better health for all. thank you very much. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, anthony fox. secretary of the united department of transportation. [applause] >> good morning. it is a pleasure to be here with you. and i
, the national petroleum reserve alaska access act. npra was specifically designated in 1923 as the petroleum reserve. let me repeat that, madam chairman. npra was specifically designated in 1923 -- that's 90 years ago -- as a petroleum reserve. its expressed purpose was to supply our country with american energy. that was the foresight of congress 90 years ago. that's why it's completely unacceptable that the obama administration this year finalized a plan to close half of npra to energy production. now, let me repeat. we set aside npra 90 years ago for energy production, and this administration unilaterally shut off half of that. this bill would nullify that plan and require the interior department to produce a new plan pour responsibly developing these -- for responsibly developing these resources. this bill would require be aual lease sales in the npra and ensure that necessary roads, bridges, pipelines needed to support energy resources out of the npra can be approved and completed in a timely efficient manner. now, madam chairman, this is crucial to the transalaskan pipeline system, or
rate programs across the united states. we have a call from ireland and alaska which begs the question how can you be homeless in alaska? but there are. if i were brought to a conference for the police, we'd have a very different point of view. if i was at a conference for the district attorney we might have a different point of view . the nice thing about this program is we are going to have a job. the police are going to arrest these. the attorneys are going to prosecute their cases and the public defenders is going to defend their client and everybody gets to do their job. they are going to do it legally, ethically, but we ask more that they do it morally. so, if i'm walking down the street and i'm pulling my dog's chain or i leave my dog outside in the cold and i don't feed it and it has health problems or i kick it and make fun of it and treat it harshly, you can arrest me. but i can do that to a person and you think it's okay. i don't think it's okay. jeff got me on the phone and said i want to know more about the program and i talked to him and said this is how it works and he
officials in one alaska district are having trouble getting students to show up. so the teachers are offering a big prize - we'll tell you why it's controversial - coming up. >>> battle at the border. turkish police fired tear gas at a crowd of demonstrators protesting the construction of a wall along the turkish-syrian orders. the government was accused of discriminating against kurdish families on both sides of the border. >> the man known as egypt's john stuart has been pulled off the tv. it was pulled off air after mocking the egyptian army, it was yanked minutes before going to air. it had only been on for a week. he had become popular for jabs at claude moraes, the egyptian president what was off theed in july. >> marriage on the rocks - the hawaii state senate agreed to stall a vote on gay marriage. the house was supposed to vote on friday. as many as 4,000 turned up to testify, delaying final votes. if pass said hawaii will become the 15th state to legalize same-sex marriage. >> wedding bells toll. two maled graduates will become the first same-sex couple to marry at the
. it is never this widespread. the sampling found it from alaska to southern california. >> they are going to work on that one. >> i was going to wonder how you were going to transition that to me. >> i am not going this. roberta? >> yes. we allowed the wind advisory to be canceled. good evening. now, take a look at the live camera. looking out towards the bay bridge and the waters are calm, the skies are overcast and currently air temperatures are 87 degrees in oakland east to the bridge. due west at 57. also in san francisco. to the south, san jose, middle 50s to the north. a pair of 5 and santa rose a today's highs. again, cooler than yesterday. but in one location, san francisco, yesterday, checking in at 60, today, 61, down from the average high of 66 degrees. notice we were under 70 degrees at all of our reporting stations. so, only 64 today in san jose. bottoming out tonight at 44 degrees. it will be cooler tonight than it was last night due to the lack of wind. so, therefore with partly cloudy skies in the 30s and the 40s. all right, here is what you need to know as you start a bra
. and there is a lot more on the way. look at our friends in fairbanks, alaska. not a misprint. their actual temperature is minus 26 degrees. and this is the cold arctic air that will head southward. it's already moving down to edmonton, canada, minus 15. and that will sweep through the great lakes, ohio valley and northeast. tracking that cold air is the blue and purple color there and the white is really cold. friday, it dips in to minnesota. by the time we get to saturday and sunday, it makes its way all the way through the great lakes and east coast. so just be prepared, it will feel like january type temperatures this upcoming weekend. and even minnesota with sunshine on saturday, a high of 17. >> wow. we have friends in alaska and it's amazing how short their -- they don't really have a fall. all right, bill, thank you very much. >>> coming up on "morning joe," the plan to keep american troops in afghanistan for another decade. we'll go live to richard engel in ckabul to explain why americn support may be necessary. and when we come back here, we huddle around the cooler. like a rollin
music video, next. >>> well, winter has begun and it's here to stay in alaska. we had had a very relatively mild october, begin ining of november. but now the cold is here. it's all the way encompassing much of central alaska. fairbanks, minus 26 right now. record low is minus 37. you're not there, but still very cold. anchorage, only 5. juneau at 15. some of that cold will spread into the central u.s., great lakes this weekend. it's on the move. today's high is only minus 23 in fairbanks, 8 in anchorage. we had the bulk of the rain move through central california, northern california and the mountains. high wind warnings are in effect for the higher elevations in the sierras. when that front goes through we could see a stray thunderstorm or two. we're not looking for stray thunderstorm or anything like that. l.a. 67 today. all of this rain avoids you today. slight chance of some showers tomorrow. it won't be a lot of wet weather. not as much as what we saw at the bay area. paige, interesting weather in the west. >> definitely. thank you, bill. >>> well, bob dylan's 1965 hit "lik
kind of holiday. alameda to welcome home a coast guard cuter that has been deployed in alaska the last few months. they made it back to base this evening. they were deployed for 109 days in alaska patrolling the bering sea and the arctic ocean. they did search and rescue missions and patrolled the open waters enforcing the teshing laws. -- the fishing laws. >>> most of the attention focused on big box retailers. but the focus shifts to small businesses tomorrow. locally owned mom and pop businesses will take part in small business saturday. the event was started in 2010 by credit card giant american express, but it quickly received the endorsement of the u.s. senate and a small business administration. >> if you missed out today don't forget cyber monday coming up. millions will log on to continue their shopping. on-line cyber monday sales tripled to $1.50 billion compared to 2011 and this year's figure is expected to be higher and could be the biggest on record. >> the booming on-line sales means busy time are to delivery services. federal express will have have the busiest time. they
a coast guard cuter that has been deployed in alaska the last few months. they made it back to base this evening. they were deployed for 109 days in alaska patrolling the bering sea and the arctic ocean. they did search and rescue missions and patrolled the open waters enforcing the teshing laws. -- the fishing laws. >>> most of the attention focused on big box retailers. but the focus shifts to small businesses tomorrow. locally owned mom and pop businesses will take part in small business saturday. the event was started in 2010 by credit card giant american express, but it quickly received the endorsement of the u.s. senate and a small business administration. >> if you missed out today don't forget cyber monday coming up. millions will log on to continue their shopping. on-line cyber monday sales tripled to $1.50 billion compared to 2011 and this year's figure is expected to be higher and could be the biggest on record. >> the booming on-line sales means busy time are to delivery services. federal express will have have the busiest time. they will have 20 million shipments just o
that has been deployed in alaska the last few months. they made it back to base this evening. they were deployed for 109 days in alaska patrolling the bering sea and the arctic ocean. they did search and rescue missions and patrolled the open waters enforcing the teshing laws. -- the fishing laws. >>> most of the attention focused on big box retailers. but the focus shifts to small businesses tomorrow. locally owned mom and pop businesses will take part in small business saturday. the event was started in 2010 by credit card giant american express, but it quickly received the endorsement of the u.s. senate and a small business administration. >> if you missed out today don't forget cyber monday coming up. millions will log on to continue their shopping. on-line cyber monday sales tripled to $1.50 billion compared to 2011 and this year's figure is expected to be higher and could be the biggest on record. >> the booming on-line sales means busy time are to delivery services. federal express will have have the busiest time. they will have 20 million shipments just on that day. >> here is a
's cassandra! from california, it's -- and from alaska it's joshua! welcome, everyone, to the program. you guys, have to answer the topic and then you could win $50,000. sound good? >> wonderful! >> let's start off with the first question, it's worth $100. the two possible answers are when are you due or are you having a boy or a girl? the question is what do pregnant women say they're tired of people asking them, when are you due or are you having a boy or a girl? all right. the answers are in and i have to start with my man joshua who has the killer dance moves there. joshua, what do you call that because that was next level robot. >> that was the alaskan robot. >> can you give us one nor taste of that because it was inspiring. >> why not? [ cheers and applause ] >> what's your story, joshua? >> i'm from alaska. i'm 21 years old. i'm a college student and i'm an animator on top of that. >> awesome! good luck to you and everybody else today, we'll flip those cards around. is it when are you due or are you having a boy or a girl? let's see the answers, when are you due, boy or girl and the corr
that you can sign up in the state of alaska right now. so the exchanges, we recognize are a mess. and they need to be addressed. i think we have recognized that at some point in time they will be addressed. they will be corrected. the administrator has indicated that between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. eastern standard time the exchanges are going to be down so that they can work on it, so that they can be addressing these software glitches. well, 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. eastern standard time, for those of us that are living on the west coast, this is about the time when the dinner dishes are done, the kids' homework is done, they're in bed. you can actually sit down at your computer and go online and try to figure out what might be the best option for you on an exchange. but we're being told that the exchange is going to be down between the time that most alaskans and certainly hawaiians that are time hours five difference instead of the four hours that alaskans are, that are not going to be able to go online and to address it there. that's one aspect of it, is where we are with the
the southbound side of 16th street. it is completely shut down between alaska avenue and military road. there were no injuries involved in this, but it was going to be blocked throughout the morning rush hour. i would say georgia avenue to the east or to the west of the closure. >>> let's take a live look outside, here's what it looks like on 270. there are no big brake lights and no deems coming in from frederick. >>> everything is good, we'll take a live look one more time at the beltway at pennsylvania avenue. back to you guys. >>> the gunman in last night's new jersey mall shooting is dead. >> police say the 20-year-old man was found in the area of a mall that was under construction with a self- inflicted gunshot wound. now the mall is going to be closed today as this investigation continues. about six shots were fired at 9:20 p.m. last night, sending people running for their lives at the garden state plaza mall. however, it appears the gunman was not aiming for anyone, since no one else whereas injured. investigators say he fired shots at an escalator, some straight up in the
guest. former alaska governor sarah palin. he was right back in 2008, she says. meanwhile, the former president is giving the current president another headache about obama care. i'm jake tapper. this is "the lead." >>> the national lead. some breaking news. are you taking statins to lower your cholesterol? maybe you should. the american heart association just released new advice that could change everything you think you know about fighting the artery clogger. >>> the world lead. the effort is massive. relief is on the ground but the wreckage from the super typhoon is so widespread, relief may not get there in time for those who need it most. >>> and bill clinton calling out president obama for telling people if you like your plan, you can keep your plan and could it be sarah palin siding with bill clinton on something? the former vice presidential nominee goes full on mama grizzly on everything from what she describes as the war on christmas to governor chris christie's weight to the moment she became born again and what she said god helped her survive. some surprising moments from
at airports in our region. >>> the plane crash in alaska, the new information about those that were on board. >> plus a new invention for toronto's mayor. now we're learning he has plans for a talk show. >> we just posted new video also of the police chopper that crashed into a crowded pub in scotland. we'll be updating this breaking news >>> metro is making it a little easier for you to get around today because of the long holiday weekend. the transit agency is taking some what of a break from all the track work. all stations are open but today only orange trains run only every 20 minutes because of silver line construction. and metro is also trying to make things easier for those of you planning to fly. here's a live look at the conditions at reagan national this morning. metro is running extra bus service to and from the region's airports. 200 extra buses are servicing dulles and bwi over the weekend. >> it's panda watch again. tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. they'll announce the panda cub's name to much pomp and circumstance with 12 foot scroll with the name on it in english and chinese. we got th
the floor. a senator: madam president? the presiding officer: the senator from alaska. ms. murkowski: madam president, yesterday morning i was pleased to be able to come to the floor of the united states senate, join with a good strong handful of women on both sides of the aisle to express our joint commitment, really i think the commitment of every member of this body to address the scourge of sexual assault, sexual misconduct within the military. i think it was a good way to start off the debate yesterday on the issue of sexual assault within the military, recognizing that we are coming to different places in terms of how we deal with these very important issues. but ultimately the goal of each of us is the same. the goal is that we make right for those who are serving our nation and when it comes to instances of sexual assault, military sexual trauma, sexual harassment, that really there is no place in our military for this. so it was a good way, again, to start the debate on these very important topics. we use different terminology when we're discussing the issue of military sexual assa
was a mason and at one point before their trip to alaska, a hectic time in7000 people were in the white 1923,house. this is how open, how accessible. we mentioned earlier their illnesses. this was probably not that healthy for them. not just the germs, but the exhaustion of greeting people. they had concerts on the lawn, they had visitors coming constantly. harding fell, -- felt, he was a kindly and dear man, as we mentioned, felt there was no reason why he should not be accessible to people. >> the film we saw earlier, the overhead shot, that sort of disturbs me. it is what the politicians have to go through at that level, this maelstrom. it is quite a sacrifice they make. >> it probably killed him in the end. >> the president on their view of florence harding's strengths and contributions -- that is a great quote. here is florence harding on her husband -- later she wrote, i know what is best for the president. i put him in the white house. you do not believe she said that. >> may be at any given moment she did, but the nickname she had before she was the duchess was the boss. war and -- w
and shannon moore, progressive talk show host from the very red state of alaska and the columnist with the anchorage daily news. i'm interested about what is happening in colorado this week. colorado is a perfect example of what triggers this reaction, a renaks red state america. colorado, democrats finally got control of the governorship they got control of the legislature and started passing progressive agenda items. one of them in particular gun control. you saw the reaction of the rural counties in northern colorado, we don't want to be part of this anymore. >> i don't think north colorado, it is not going to happen, would be a very attractive place to live, other than great view of the mountains. this is being driven by a lot of the same stuff driving voter i.d. laws, fear of urbanization. colorado is trending the way the rest of the country is trending, becoming more urban and diverse and bluer. this is the last gasp we're seeing in north carolina of this fear of the quote/unquote other america, the american way of life, whatever that means, is slipping away and they have to
and snow. the a tropical storm to the south of texas. but we look up to alaska. a lot of things going on here. the primary one it's been very dry and warm. we started to rate alaska for this last month. and this is the fourth least snowy october. and that is in 104 years of record. pretty impressive. chinook winds are the wind coming down the mountains. we had a lot of those that warmed the alaska range. we had an average temperature that was 12 degrees mov 12 deabe normal. in the pacific north west we have been cooling off a bit. we have a break from the rain, but another storm is lining up to come in. this one that is leaving has freeze watches in effect for parts of the west. >> we get into temperatures a cool 49 degrees for seattle and 33-degree for spokane. we go to the north east and this is where the temperatures have plummeted. we are 20-degree cooler than last night at the same hour we have a freeze warning for new jersey and pennsylvania. we can expect highs to be cool tomorrow. . . >>> welcome to al jazeera america. i'm jonathan betz with the top stories. the terminal at th
at airports in our region. >>> out of alaska, rescue crews are on the scene of a plane crash. new information about those on board. >>>s through a new venture for toronto's mayor. we're learning about his plans for a new talk show. >> it is small business saturday. we just tweeted out a list of the local shops and restaurants offering good deals think black friday ends friday? think again! h.h. gregg's black friday sale continues through saturday. save up to 40% on appliances, electronics, furniture and more. samsung 51 inch hdtvs, just $429. save over 1600 dollars on samsung kitchen packages. washer dryer pairs only $499. 60 inch led tvs are just $599. and tablets start at just 49 dollars! hurry in by saturday for huge savings at h.h.gregg. >>> metro is making it a little easier for you to get around today because of the long holiday weekend, the transit agency is taking some what of a break from track work. all stations are open but today only orange line trains will run every 20 minutes because of silver line construction going on. metro is also trying to make things easier for airline pas
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